Phycology Test 1
Terms in this set (36)
1 What most objective method for acquire knowledge?
2 what a theory is how does it work?
A general principle or a set of principles to explain how a number of separate facts are related
3How do hypothesis and prediction work?
It is a testable prediction form a set of observations
4 how do peer review general work?
Make sure the experiment is able to be repeated
5what is a naturalistic observation?
Observing a subject in it natural location
6 why is animal research so important ?
Key discovers in animal resach advance our understanding of the human behavior
Who Named Three types of authority and examples
1)Rational Legal - Use logic as authority (police)
2) Tritonal- To believe in traditional as law (the servants are completely and personally dependent upon the lord")
3) Charismatic - when a leader is perceived to be above the average human being, (Roman Emporror)
Short Answer 3 What are the goals of phycology
1Discription what is happening
2 Explantion why is ti hapnineg
3Prediction change is with nead a theiry
4 tr to Control Or influnce the results
What Central idea of phycoanlitic thoery?
Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory of personality argues that human behavior is the result of the interactions among three component parts of the mind: the id, ego, and superego.
What defense mechanism justifes inappropriate behavior use logic
Who wrote about archetypes and personal and collective unconscious
Who introduced concept of condition worth?
what is therapeutic Involvement called when some except and not judge no matter what
In the 5 factor model what fact is intellectual curiosity
Nurtuve vs Nature
Nurture VOllion will genteic Iq Personalty
Nature Enviroment Parents peer media CHildren
What are the 4 theiros of phycology
2) humanistic theories
4)soical cognitive theories
what does a ct scam detect in the brain?
reval the brain sturuce animoles
Speclized celss condut implus nervos sustem
What part of the brain deals with Lagauge and thinking
What part of the brain deals with cognitive involeuntary motion
What brain ability to contemplate with change
why do femal bran have much more gray matter?
women are more intelagense
what does gray matter do?
term for persoanl awarness offerin thouth sensation
what is the regular daily fluxation in bodiily function
if you work when body clock says sleep will go up and go down
energy efficancy reaction time productivity
what is the effect on learngin when sleep deprived
cognitive funtions are impared
body way of prodtecting itslef srlf
how are drug withdrawls relate to drug effects
both of them cause a craving for durge
How does the ego Grow?
A) gratification satisfaction of needs food water care shelter
B) Stimulation tells ego that it is reading play experaincing
C Aprrovel sense of beloing aceptances
what is the term that change to count for new information
what belief that teen have when focused on how other aprove or reject them
what level of moral develompent is based on the avoid punsiment
INSTRUMENTAL EXCHANGE: The Egoist
Macium of develoment phycihikgy
1 Crisis ocucur and ceritan changes are demanded
2 crisis make us shift shift perspective
3 develpoment of new streanth
4 each stage idvual 2 coping mala active or 2 adaptive way
what stage did total learn indeped esospm stagefes
stage 2 Atonumy vs Shame
term close emotion bound with care giver
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